I started out in pre-law. I was going to go to law school. And I saw a production of 'Tally's Folly' that spring term. I took a theater class that term and auditioned for 'Harvey' at the end of the summer, and I was in a play every semester after that.
I watch way too much television and like a lot of shows, so I'm always excited to meet those people and hope they're not douchey.
My intent was to go to law school... And then what I realised quickly is what I wanted was to be on L.A. Law.
I think any workplace relationship is dangerous. That's been my personal experience. They haven't always worked out the best. But I know other people for whom it worked out great.
I love comedy and did a lot of comedy in college. I was in an improv comedy group with my friends.
I loved comedy, but I never saw myself as a sitcom guy. I envisioned myself doing an hour drama or doing movies.
I've been lucky in the sense that I haven't become famous.
The industry has a very short memory of what's possible, and they like to typecast you.
I have my belief structure, and it's very important to me, but people start associating that with you, and you become that. I want to be judged for my work.